Amanda and Marcos first met Dr. Rosencrantz at Kaiser in 2010, long before the 4 children they have now. Amanda had irregular cycles and PCOS and after their infertility evaluation was complete, they started fertility treatments. They soon conceived after a cycle combining clomid and intrauterine insemination and Quinn was born June 2011.
Next came Cruz who proved to be a bit more stubborn. Amanda and Marcos ultimately needed IVF, but thankfully they were pregnant with their first frozen embryo transfer following a single IVF cycle. Cruz was born in May 2018.
Finally, our newest additions, Jovi and Cove. The family of four had 2 frozen untested embryos left to transfer from that one IVF cycle, so they followed Dr. Rosencrantz to RHWC for their final frozen embryo transfer cycle. The twins were delivered December 2021 and they are both thriving.
“Thank you Dr. Rosencrantz for all FOUR of our beautiful children,” wrote Amanda.
This is the kind of experience patients have at RHWC, where Dr. Rosencrantz and his team work tirelessly every single day to give patients the best chances of success. It isn’t always easy and the infertility journey can be difficult even for the strongest patients, but Dr. Rosencrantz and the entire staff will be there by your side every step of the way.